Holmes was dropped in his tracks by second-year cornerback Bryant McFadden
,even though there was supposed to be no tackling.
Reid, on the other hand, sprinted deep past two confused rookie safeties to catch a 55-yard touchdown pass from Charlie Batch
that ended the 2-minute drill and closed the day's activities.
"I guess it all depends on what side you're looking at," coach Bill Cowher
said. "I wasn't applauding the blown assignment on that last play, which went for a touchdown. I guess every play's making somebody happy."
McFadden said his hit on Holmes was not a welcoming moment for the prized rookie near the end of his first week of training camp.
"Just livening up practice a little bit, nothing major though," McFadden said.
"I'm just making sure I'm practicing my craft and make sure he's practicing his craft. For me to be good, I need to get the best out of him and vice versa."